Frost-free sillcock recommendation?

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DFBonnett

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A couple of the outside sillcocks have been fussy and require service each Spring. They're over 60 years old, worn and wobbly. I'd like to replace them with frost-free but brands at HD seem to get bad reviews. At some point, the Mrs may be here alone and having one less thing for her to deal with would be a plus. Can anyone recommend a quality brand so I can make this a dead old man job? Push on or sweat on is equally acceptable.
 

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Always "Woodford" here in Minnesota, where we need them NOT to freeze. "Prier" (used to be called "Mansfield") used to be the go-to brand around here, but I have found that over time the only thing good about them is the money I have made repairing them. Woodford performs and lasts.
 
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